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VM Sharing with Rok

1. Registration

Register a Resource from an external service with Rok. The Resource can be a VM, Container, or even a single Volume and will appear as a File with metadata on Rok.

Register a Cinder Volume on OpenStack with Rok

Register a VMware VM on VVol with Rok

Register a VMware VM on VMFS with Rok

2. Sync & Share

Sync Rok Files across multiple locations and share them with other users, using Rok Registry. Rok Registry just stores public and private references. No data crosses Rok Registry. It's all completely decentralized!

Sync and share

3. Presentation

Present a Rok File as a Resource to an external service. Instantly. It doesn't matter where the File came from. Rok takes care of all data transformations to ensure cross-platform compatibility.

Present a file as a VMware VM on vCenter using Rok

Present a file as a Nova Instance on OpenStack using Rok

Present a file as an EC2 Instance on AWS using Rok

Present a file as a VMware VM on VMware Workstation using Rok